Azure Virtual Machines Reviews

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Nishant Arora | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 13, 2019

A step towards a digital world

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Azure Virtual Machine plays a very important role in our organization. We are using Azure VMs to built and deploy software for our engineers, for keeping the project data, deploying websites, and system builts.
Each virtual machine is customized with respect to computing, network, and storage which is decided by us keeping in mind the exact requirement.
  • Azure managed disks have excellent read/write operations.
  • VNET and VNET gateway provided networking and routing ability for the VM traffic.
  • Provisioning of the VM becomes slow while adding a customized script.
Azure Virtual Machines works extremely well with on-premise Hyper-V based virtual machines as Azure and Hyper-V, both are Microsoft product. There is also an option to migrate the complete on-premise VM to the Azure cloud and then create a virtual machine out of it.
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Live virtual machine backup (1)
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About Azure Virtual Machines

Virtual Machines (VMs) are available on Microsoft Azure, providing what is built as a low-cost, per-second compute service, available via Windows or Linux.
Categories:  Server Virtualization

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